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May 18, 2009


Your vets are super amazing!

There were several days/nights that I couldn't get onto the Blog & I was having withdrawals. I hope Briggs is much improved & it's great that you have so many of the medications on hand that you need when these strange situations happen. Especially since you're not near any of the Vets.
I've been voting for the RDR everyday!
Big hugs to all,
ginger, Tobias & Tlingit

Wow, I am once again amazed at how wonderfully you, Alayne & your team of devoted vets handle emergency situations. Also, how all of you are so blessed to have such intelligence & calm along with such caring, loving hearts. I am so, so happy Briggs is doing better. The look on his face is complete & total trust knowing Steve is going to take care of this! Many thanks to Dr. Culver!

OMG......I was so scared that it was going to be a bad ending and I didn't want to cry. Thank God all is well now.

BTW.....We need a Callie update!

Phew indeed. Briggs is wise and fortunate in trusting Team RDR. Wish I could give you all a bezillion votes a day!


Doxycycline? Are you trying to turn him into a Dachshund? ;)

Glad to hear Briggs is doing better.

Briggs looks like he totally trusts that you will make him all better and you did! You guys are great, give Briggs a hug from me and congrats on being so calm once again during a crisis - this is why we all vote for you guys in the contest! :)

Such scary moments are also so stressful. I can't imagine going through that AND being fo far from the vet. You definitely have a good system and a lot of caring people out there. And how is Callie doing? Are her inner ear troubles getting any better? She's still in our thoughts, of course.

I have a similiar set up wtih several vets here in Houston; we truly could not deal with the number of animals needing help without this special relationship.
Whenever people say nice things to me about my rescue efforts I say we couldn't do it without our vets.
Thank you for all you do for the
"who are you calling special needs?":) babies in your care!

Don't you just love happy endings?:-) Three cheers for sweet Briggs!!

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for taking such good,loving care of your furkids. God bless you.

Very intense!! Glad he's doing better!!!!


The trusting, calm, even happy look on Briggs face shows he knows your doing all you can. He can't wait to get back out and about to try his charms on any recent female arrivals.


You two continue to amaze me. The knowledge you've absorbed is inspiring. I don't know that I've ever seen two people as devoted to the little ones as you are.
And there is a flip side to this. You are both not just smart and well educated, but wise: you have surrounded yourself with unconditional love.
How much closer to heaven can one get?
I'm so glad Briggs is better and he is living with people who love him enough to fret over him, to learn for him, to administer to his needs.
Steve and Alayne are God's hands.

I'm so glad Briggs is better today!!

The whole episode sounds scary but I know you guys are calm and prepared with medicine for just about anything.

A big thank you to the wonderful and always available, Dr. Culver. She's a good friend!

Wow...what an amazing team you have to help out with medical issues! Glad to hear Briggs is feeling his happy self.

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